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Компьютерная мышь в форме конуса (7)

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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9041 Mouse 1 28/03/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Inyeop Baek Here’s a computer mouse with a point to make – re-envisioned as a cone.The idea is to cut down the risk of repetitive strain injuries by making the computer accessory more natural to use.Korean industrial designer Inyeop Baek’s design, called simply Cone, comes with scrolled operated by the thumb and a long-surface clicker button.Baek says every design decision was made in order to provide a comfortable, seamless, minimal experience.Aside from its shape, nothing has changed.It uses the same sensor technology located underneath as common computer mice and it’s compatible with bluetooth.Baek said:” Cone is a vertical mouse designed with a basic shape that deviates from the current design.” OPS: The Cone computer mouse. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9041 Mouse 1 28/03/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Inyeop Baek Here’s a computer mouse with a point to make – re-envisioned as a cone.The idea is to cut down the risk of repetitive strain injuries by making the computer accessory more natural to use.Korean industrial designer Inyeop Baek’s design, called simply Cone, comes with scrolled operated by the thumb and a long-surface clicker button.Baek says every design decision was made in order to provide a comfortable, seamless, minimal experience.Aside from its shape, nothing has changed.It uses the same sensor technology located underneath as common computer mice and it’s compatible with bluetooth.Baek said:” Cone is a vertical mouse designed with a basic shape that deviates from the current design.” OPS: The Cone computer mouse. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9041 Mouse 1 28/03/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Inyeop Baek Here’s a computer mouse with a point to make – re-envisioned as a cone.The idea is to cut down the risk of repetitive strain injuries by making the computer accessory more natural to use.Korean industrial designer Inyeop Baek’s design, called simply Cone, comes with scrolled operated by the thumb and a long-surface clicker button.Baek says every design decision was made in order to provide a comfortable, seamless, minimal experience.Aside from its shape, nothing has changed.It uses the same sensor technology located underneath as common computer mice and it’s compatible with bluetooth.Baek said:” Cone is a vertical mouse designed with a basic shape that deviates from the current design.” OPS: The Cone computer mouse. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9041 Mouse 1 28/03/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Inyeop Baek Here’s a computer mouse with a point to make – re-envisioned as a cone.The idea is to cut down the risk of repetitive strain injuries by making the computer accessory more natural to use.Korean industrial designer Inyeop Baek’s design, called simply Cone, comes with scrolled operated by the thumb and a long-surface clicker button.Baek says every design decision was made in order to provide a comfortable, seamless, minimal experience.Aside from its shape, nothing has changed.It uses the same sensor technology located underneath as common computer mice and it’s compatible with bluetooth.Baek said:” Cone is a vertical mouse designed with a basic shape that deviates from the current design.” OPS: The Cone computer mouse. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9041 Mouse 1 28/03/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Inyeop Baek Here’s a computer mouse with a point to make – re-envisioned as a cone.The idea is to cut down the risk of repetitive strain injuries by making the computer accessory more natural to use.Korean industrial designer Inyeop Baek’s design, called simply Cone, comes with scrolled operated by the thumb and a long-surface clicker button.Baek says every design decision was made in order to provide a comfortable, seamless, minimal experience.Aside from its shape, nothing has changed.It uses the same sensor technology located underneath as common computer mice and it’s compatible with bluetooth.Baek said:” Cone is a vertical mouse designed with a basic shape that deviates from the current design.” OPS: The Cone computer mouse. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9041 Mouse 1 28/03/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Inyeop Baek Here’s a computer mouse with a point to make – re-envisioned as a cone.The idea is to cut down the risk of repetitive strain injuries by making the computer accessory more natural to use.Korean industrial designer Inyeop Baek’s design, called simply Cone, comes with scrolled operated by the thumb and a long-surface clicker button.Baek says every design decision was made in order to provide a comfortable, seamless, minimal experience.Aside from its shape, nothing has changed.It uses the same sensor technology located underneath as common computer mice and it’s compatible with bluetooth.Baek said:” Cone is a vertical mouse designed with a basic shape that deviates from the current design.” OPS: The Cone computer mouse. Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9041 Mouse 1 28/03/2018 See Ferrari text Picture credit: Inyeop Baek Here’s a computer mouse with a point to make – re-envisioned as a cone.The idea is to cut down the risk of repetitive strain injuries by making the computer accessory more natural to use.Korean industrial designer Inyeop Baek’s design, called simply Cone, comes with scrolled operated by the thumb and a long-surface clicker button.Baek says every design decision was made in order to provide a comfortable, seamless, minimal experience.Aside from its shape, nothing has changed.It uses the same sensor technology located underneath as common computer mice and it’s compatible with bluetooth.Baek said:” Cone is a vertical mouse designed with a basic shape that deviates from the current design.” OPS: The Cone computer mouse. Close upo of clicker and scroller wheel Picture supplied by Ferrari